Gaming pc

I am new to the website and wasnt sure which section to post this. I am not a computer wiz but I know quite abit. Is the system below any good for gaming?

Intel i5 3570k Quad Core,
. Asrock H61M-VS Motherboard,
. 8GB DDR3 Kingston 1333 single module,
. Integrated Sound Card,
. Manufacturer Supplied Cooler,
. DVD+/- RW - 22X Samsung SATA,
. 1000Gb SATA Hard Drive SATA 3,
. No Secondary Hard Drive,
. Nvidia GTX650Ti 2048MB,
. CiT Saturn Midi Tower Gaming Case with 2 x Red LED Fans,
. CiT 500W Black Edition PSU,
. TP-link wireless PCIE adaptor TL-WN781ND,
. 12 Months Warranty,
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  1. i5 3570k can be overclocked
    get z77 series motherboard, you will be able to overclock that way
  2. frzlr said:
    i5 3570k can be overclocked
    get z77 series motherboard, you will be able to overclock that way



    1155 Asus P8B75-M LX (USB3 - 2 x DDR3 1333 - Gig Lan - SATA 2 - USB2 & 3)

    or

    1155 Gigabyte GA-Z77-D3H (Z77 chipset - 4 x DDR3 2200 - Gig Lan - SATA 2 & 3 - USB 3 & 2)

    The system comes to £584.54

    Is that a decent enough system to run games well?
  3. Its either go with his ^ advice. or go with a non-overclock build,
    get i5 3470, h77 board or b75 for budget wise, then you can upgrade that gpu. to a 7850 atleast. And you can also change the psu to high quality psu like corsair/seasonic. But if this is a pre-build pc, then I suggest you build you own PC to save money and have a better PC.
  4. You can't pair a 3570K with an H61 because the H61 will require a BIOS update before it will recognize the CPU, and H61 also forfeits access to the multiplier which defeats the purpose of getting an unlocked CPU in the first place.
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